Adjunct Professor, Moral Issues in Healthcare
About Bellarmine University:
Bellarmine University is a dynamic, growing university with a strong liberal
arts focus in the Catholic higher education tradition and a bold vision for
the future. Bellarmine has undergraduate and graduate enrollment of nearly
3,500 students and continues to add new academic programs while maintaining
small class sizes and personal attention to students. Bellarmine is listed in
The Princeton Review 's Best 385 Colleges, is one of the top 20 Southern
regional universities in U.S. News and World Report 's 2019 college rankings
and is a top university in Forbes ' list of America's best colleges. In a
survey by The Princeton Review , students praised Bellarmine as a place that
is "welcoming to every single person and makes an effort to include everyone."
Bellarmine students, faculty and staff engage in more than 25,000 cumulative
hours of service each year, in Louisville and around the nation and world.
Beginning in Fall 2020, Bellarmine's 22 athletic teams will compete in NCAA
Division I, through an invitation from the ASUN Conference.
Bellarmine is located on a scenic 145-acre campus in the Highlands
neighborhood and 46+ acres off-campus in Louisville, KY, which Forbes
recently recognized as a "Top 15 City" for affordable living and National
Geographic calls one of the "Best Small Cities in the U.S." Louisville is
within a day's drive of two-thirds of the U.S. population.
Bellarmine is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer and
encourages applicants with diverse backgrounds to apply.
Bellarmine is committed to core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Bellarmine will demonstrate a fully realized and lived commitment to equity
and inclusion, empowering all members of its increasingly diverse community
and supporting them to achieve their full potential.
The Department of Theology and Religious Studies is looking for an adjunct
instructor to teach THEO 450 Moral Issues in Health Care on Thursday evenings
from 6-8:45 p.m. for the spring semester of 2022.
The course offers an exploration of moral questions raised by scientific and
technological development in the health care field. Christian ethics will be
studied and applied to specific issues and cases. Topics addressed include:
patient's rights, euthanasia, abortion, new birth technologies, genetic
developments, just allocation of scarce resources, health care delivery, etc
A Ph.D. in theology is preferred and qualified candidates should have at least
one year of teaching experience.
Bellarmine University is committed to core values of diversity, equity and
inclusion and embraces diversity in our workforce among members of faculty,
staff and administration. We remain committed to affirmative actions,
policies, procedures and attitudes necessary to continue to build and retain a
diverse and equitable workforce. We will demonstrate a fully realized and
lived commitment to equity and inclusion, empowering all members of our
increasingly diverse community and supporting them to achieve their full
potential. As part of Bellarmine's commitment to diversity, equity and
inclusion, we will seek to ensure that all aspects of employment, including
recruitment, selection, job assignment, training, compensation, benefits,
discipline, promotion, layoff and termination processes remain free of
discrimination based upon race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age,
creed, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, genetic information,
disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.
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